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Drought conditions can now be monitored by GPS technology

According to a recent report, scientists took pride to explain how happy they are to use the GP technology, which helped them to navigate and understand the drought damage in the western side of the United States.

With the help of GPS, the scientists discovered that the earth’s crust is rising and the earth lost about 62 trillion gallons of water in the drought. The other studies also commented by stating the stations could be higher due to the work in queue with the drought, and not necessarily due to any earthquake.

The researchers appreciated his technique of measuring and tracking the droughts as it really helps the scientists and authorities to take precautionary methods during any alarming situation.

GPS technology is becoming popular in measuring drought conditions today

GPS technology is becoming popular in measuring drought conditions today

 

There are many countries such as Colorado, Nevada, Utah, California, Mexico and Arizona, who have experienced extreme drought conditions and the advanced technology will help the officials to monitor the changes and route of fresh water across the world.

NASA has also studied and explained their conclusions about last month’s calculation that these droughts may cause major risks to the underground water resources and countrywide water supply.

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